Paul-Jude Tyler Guillaume, a New Orleans native, is a photographic multi-media artist researching the themes of social inequity, states of memory in view of loss, and alternate reality experiences as response to mental, emotional, and physical traumas. Throughout Paul's career he has pushed the medium of photography, creating unique cross-media multi-layered processes; notably, Light Chamber Exposure (which is detailed below on the "Process" page of this website).
Guillaume's works can be seen at the South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center, in South Bend, Indiana, and throughout private collections in the United States, Brazil, and Italy.
Paul received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from Indiana University South Bend, a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in collaboration with Tufts University, and a Masters of Education (M.Ed) from The University of Nevada Las Vegas.
Paul currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, continues to make art, and works as a high school Visual Arts instructor.